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Question: Do you have any scoop on Grey’s Anatomy? —BP
Ausiello: If you are among the few who believe that this Owen/Ethan storyline will have a shiny, happy ending — with the motherless, potentially fatherless lad skipping off to live with his grandma Nancy — I’d like to introduce you to this thing called television. “There are a lot of interesting twists coming up, ones that I did not expect,” All My Children alum Jennifer Bassey, who plays Nancy, tells us. “It will really tear your heart out…. It’s heavy-duty stuff!” In other Grey’s news, Shonda Rhimes tweeted the following finale tease on Tuesday and I can’t get it out of my damn head! “On set at Grey’s. A piece of this scene was so top-secret that I had to whisper it to the director instead of writing it in the script.” Anyone by chance know what supermarket Rob Corn shops at? E-mail me privately at askausiello@tvline.com.

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Grey's Anatomy Finale Scoop: Will Meredith and the Baby Survive?

A storm is coming on Grey's Anatomy and sending the doctors of the Grey Sloan Memorial scrambling to deal with difficulties that comes with torrential downpour and power outages in the final two episodes of Season 9.

"The hospital is going to find itself dealing with some technical difficulties," executive producer Shonda Rhimes tells TVGuide.com. "The general outcropping of what happens when patient care is affected by the need to move patients and the need to deal with all the things that happen when a storm happens. They're going to be facing a lot of challenges."

Grey's Anatomy Finale Scoop: A super storm heads to Seattle!

To give you an idea of what the doctors will face, Rhimes recalls the episode in which the attendings banded together to teach the visiting Syrian doctors how to do procedures in different ways by using the limited supplies they have on hand. "Now they're facing that themselves, which is going to be great," Rhimes says.

Naturally, the repercussions of the storm won't be good for Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), who was seen in the penultimate episode's promo slipping and then falling down the stairs during the storm. "She has that fall, and that starts a string of events that is cause for concern," Rhimes says. "Then, in the finale, we have the storm hit and the conditions under which Meredith Grey has to go into labor are the exact opposite of any conditions under which anybody ever in the world would want to have to give birth. Ellen joked, 'That's, of course, how it would be for Meredith Grey.' It's also a really beautiful story, and I think Ellen did amazing work on it and I'm really excited about it."

For fans fearing that Meredith may be the doctor whose life is in danger in the finale, as written in the episode's description, Rhimes would only tease, "We will see a doctor fighting for their life. We will leave the season with someone fighting for their life. There's plenty of jeopardy in the finale, there's a lot of pain, but there's also some joy. Unlike some seasons when there was no joy and only pain, there is some joy."

Be sure to check back for more scoop from Rhimes, including the fate of Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona's (Jessica Capshaw) relationship, what's in store for Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) and how Alex (Justin Chambers) will handle Jo's (Camilla Luddington) incident.

Grey's Anatomy airs Thursdays at 9/8c on ABC.

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'Grey's Anatomy's' Shonda Rhimes Previews 'Emotional Death' in Season 9 Finale

With only two episodes remaining this season, the showrunner teases Cristina and Owen having "the talk," revisiting Arizona's grief, a journey for Alex and Jo as well as life-changing moments for April.

Things are heating up at Grey-Sloan Memorial with only two episodes remaining in Grey's Anatomy's ninth season.

This week, a hot new craniofacial specialist (Hilarie Burton) blatantly flirted with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw), who seemed to enjoy the attention. Jo (Camilla Luddington) turned to Alex (Justin Chambers) after what appears to be a case of domestic violence at the hands of her former boyfriend and a super storm is on its way to Seattle, putting Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and her unborn son at risk. Meanwhile, Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Cristina (Sandra Oh) continue to dodge "the talk," even as Ethan's future hangs in the balance.

The Hollywood Reporter turned to showrunner Shonda Rhimes to preview what's ahead and get the scoop on how the season nine-ender compares to the brutal plane crash that claimed the lives of both Mark and Lexie.

The Hollywood Reporter: One doc fights for their life in the finale. Compared with the plane crash, which ultimately claimed Lexie and Mark's lives, how deadly can we expect this year to be?
Shonda Rhimes: We're definitely going to see some people in jeopardy. When we leave the season, we're definitely going to be worried about one of our own. I don't think that anything can match the brutality of last year's finale for me. I just watched it again recently and was kind of surprised myself about the brutality of it. I don't think we're going to match that but for a lot of our characters, it's a much more emotional. There's a lot of emotional death.

THR: How will Owen and Cristina address the Ethan situation? They've been through this before -- Cris has been steadfast about not wanting children. How will this be different? Is she willing to lose Owen?
Rhimes: They keep tabling this discussion because they truly love each other. They got divorced so they could take it off the table. Now, they've reached a point where it's going to be something that they can no longer table. They can no longer not talk about this. They're going to actually have the conversation. That's where we're headed.

THR: Should we be concerned for them?
Rhimes: We should be concerned about the future of every couple.

THR: What will Owen learn from the Ethan arc? It seems like Ethan's grandmother is already setting up a choice between social services and Owen.
Rhimes: We have some twists up our sleeve. There's plenty that Owen is going to learn and realize. He clearly has made a choice in his mind that he's chosen Cristina and he's is with Cristina but I think things are going to get bumpy there for a while.

THR: Meredith's baby seems genuinely at risk in the promo for next week's episode. Storms and expectant mothers typically don't mix. How will she and the baby fare?
Rhimes: I've said before that Meredith is basically giving birth in the last-worst situation you'd want to be giving birth. It's going to be not so pleasant for her. Ellen did really beautiful work and the story we told is really charged, interesting and strong. It's the last way you'd want anybody to ever have to have a baby and that's Meredith Grey. Things obviously don't come easy for Meredith Grey. Derek (Patrick Dempsey) possibly, maybe will be around (laughs).

THR: Arizona is enjoying the attention and flirting Lauren (Hilarie Burton) is showing her. How far will she allow this flirtation to go?
Rhimes: It's going to go very, very far. I feel fairly committed that it marginalizes Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona to say that they're the lesbian couple and happy and they can only be with one another as the happy couple that sits in the corner. It neutralizes them. They've been on this very interesting, complex journey this season and that journey is not finished. I've done lot of reading on PTSD and grief and these people have been through a hell of a lot this season and we've watched them struggle to right themselves fairly quickly -- perhaps too quickly. There's stuff there that has not been dealt with. We're taking them through it, which I think is great, and Lauren is definitely possibly a part of that.

THR: What's the goal of this story -- Arizona finally allowing herself to believe she's whole? How will this affect her marriage to Callie?
Rhimes: The goal of the story becomes really clear in the last moments of the finale: you really begin to understand in their last scene. From our table read, that was the most stunning moment of the table read -- the entire cast gasped and fell silent. You begin to really understand what's going on here. It's complex and it's big for them and you're seeing something huge. I'm not going to tell you what the goal of the story is, the point is when you discover what the goal of the story is, you get it.

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Last night set the stage for Alex and Jo -- who seem destined to be together. How will he handle this second chance with her?
Rhimes: We're going to see Alex behave in ways that are surprisingly un-Alex. There's growth there, which is lovely, but we're watching him make his way through a fairly complicated situation. Not all is as it seems coming out of last night's episode. We discover some interesting things for him. There's a journey that happens in these last two episodes for him with Jo as they move through the storm.

THR: April (Sarah Drew) and Matthew (Justin Bruening) are back together yet she asks Jackson (Jesse Williams) out. At what point will April begin to fight for Jackson again?
Rhimes: In next week's episode, something really huge happens for April that is a life-changing moment for her that turns her in one direction, then in the finale she has another life-changing moment that turns her in another direction. Both of those moments directly and indirectly involve Jackson. It's going to be really interesting to see where she comes out at the end of that.

THR: Are you approaching season 10 as the last one for Grey's?
Rhimes: Nope!

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Cristina: Okay, really, what is.. what is happening?
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Arizona: These are tsunami-force waves, Owen.


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GREY'S ANATOMY

MAY 16 SEASON FINALE | When the credits roll at the end of the Season 9 closer, a major character's life will hang in the balance, series creator Shonda Rhimes confirms. The odds-on favorite would seem to be Mer, whose tumble down the stairs next week sets up some “fairly intense” labor pains in the finale, hints Rhimes. Elsewhere, as a massive storm is straining all of Grey Sloan Memorial's resources, the unsettled parenting issue between Owen and Cristina “gets forced out into the open,” Callie and Arizona's relationship is tested by interloper Lauren (p;ayed by Hilarie Burton)-- “I think [Calzona fans] absolutely should be worried,” Rhimes cryptically warns -- and “Alex is going to be forced to face some things about Jo” in the wake of finding her bruised and beaten. Speaking of which, Jo's current beau Chest Pecwell may not have been behind the attack. “I think that everyone is assuming that they know what happened,” Rhimes says. “And perhaps they don't.”

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Grey's Anatomy Finale Preview: Shonda Rhimes on the 'Calzona' Scene that Left the Cast 'Stunned'

Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes added another sharp turn to Callie and Arizona’s rollercoaster year this week with the introduction of Hilarie Burton’s potential third wheel Lauren.

As of now, Arizona has yet to reciprocate the flirty doc’s advances, but a lot can — and it sounds like will — happen in this season’s final two episodes.
“We’re equal opportunity over here at Grey’s Anatomy,” maintains Rhimes of a possible ‘Calzona’ cheating scandal. “Straight people have their cheating moments all of the time. We’ve created this relationship that’s very interesting and complex, and I feel like we’re at a moment where this [temptation] feels earned. We’re doing something that feels very in keeping with what’s right for these characters.”The exact nature of that “something” was provocative enough to bring the show’s season finale table read to a brief standstill. “There was a [Calzona] scene that was such a breathtaking moment that it stunned everyone into silence,” Rhimes recalls, adding, “It’s the culmination of a [season-long] journey for these two characters.”

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'Grey's Anatomy' Postmortem: Camilla Luddington on Jo's Bruised Pride
7:30 PM PDT 5/2/2013 by Lesley Goldberg


"They find they are more similar then they ever realized," the actress tells THR of her upcoming story line with Justin Chambers' Alex.

After she seemed to have found Mr. Right, Jo received a brutal wake-up call during Thursday's Grey's Anatomy.
As Alex (Justin Chambers) continues to avoid her, Jo makes an attempt to mend their relationship -- but it's to no avail when he pushes the woman who may truly be his "person" away, thinking she's only making the effort in order to have a functional workplace relationship with him.
All that changes, however, when in the closing moments of the episode Alex observes Jo (Camilla Luddington) and Jason (Charles Michael Davis) having a loud confrontation and arrives home to find Jo -- complete with a split lip and black eye -- seeing shelter for the night.
So what happened between Jo and Peckwell? How will Jo lean on Alex? Is she really his "person"? The Hollywood Reporter turned to Luddington to get the scoop on what's next in the two remaining episodes of season nine.

THR: Will Alex kick "Chest Peckwell's" butt for what he presumably did to Jo?
Camilla Luddington
: Alex instantly feels protective of Jo. He's obviously horrified by the situation and as much as she'd like him to stay home with her all night, that doesn't happen. This is Alex we are talking about after all, and for better or worse, he does what he thinks is necessary in the moment.

THR: What will surprise us about what happened between Jo and Jason?
Luddington:
Hearing Jo talk about their relationship -- it's shocking how toxic the situation got between them. She was trying to make something work that never would, and she desperately wanted to talk to Alex about what went on behind the scenes but him divulging private past information about her to Jason, even mistakenly, was extremely hurtful. She felt alone in dealing with Jason.

THR: Jason on the surface seemed like an upstanding guy. What will her next interaction with him look like? Could we see her want to press charges?
Luddington:
"Upstanding" seems very generous. Between his "nailing" Jo in the bathroom comment to general cockiness there have been hints that he's not a good guy. And yes, there's definitely a conversation that takes place over pressing charges.

THR: Alex has clearly been struggling with his feelings for Jo, how will we see him support her going forward?
Luddington
: Regardless of the past fights they've had, he is the closest person to her. He goes above and beyond for her and it's shocking to her. She's never felt someone do that for her before and his ultimate support speaks volumes. I think it shows how deeply his feelings for her have gotten.

THR: How will this change Jo and Alex's relationship going forward?
Luddington:
They find they are more similar then they ever realized. I think these are two people that really get each other's "dark" moments. And there have been some dark moments for her. He allows her to be vulnerable when she normally carefully controls what she exposes about herself, and she allows him -- no judgment -- to be exactly who he is.

THR: We've seen Alex searching for his "person" for nine seasons and take care of a fair share of damaged women (Ava, Izzie, among others). How will this time be different?
Luddington:
I think there's an element of them both needing to be taken care of. But Jo is fiercely loyal to Alex. Yes, she can have moments when she gets feisty and wants him to "never talk to her again," but she's finding her footing in how to navigate, for the first time, a really trusting relationship. He may go above and beyond for her, but Jo would also do anything for him. She wouldn't abandon him.

THR: We've heard about the super storm coming in the final two episodes. How will that impact Alex and Jo?
Luddington:
They're thrown into further crisis mode together. All bets are off!

THR: Do you think Jo is Alex's person?
Luddington:
I think your "person" would never leave you. I think they couldn't walk away from you because it would be hard to breathe without you. I don't think they have to be "perfect" by any means, I think they just have to fit for you. If that's Jo for Karev then he needs to tell her.

THR: What can you say about how the season ends for Alex and Jo?
Luddington:
I read the scenes over and over to make sense of them. That just when I thought I knew where things were headed, I was thrown for a loop. I don't think it'll go exactly the way people expect.
Do you think Jo is Alex's "person"? Hit the comments below with your thoughts. Grey's Anatomy airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on ABC.


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Will Arizona really cheat on Callie on Grey's Anatomy?! —Alyssa
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I hate to break it to you, but there is a very real chance. "We could present them with some really complex challenges and allow them to deal with them and see some interesting things," executive producer Shonda Rhimes says, calling it a culmination of this season's journey through PTSD. "I don't know where they're going to end up out of this, I really don't. But I do know that all of us are really excited about it. It's a thrilling and complex story for these characters." Suffice it to say, have some tissues ready!


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Hilarie Burton on Playing Spoiler to Popular Grey's Anatomy Pair: 'I Walked Into a Bear Trap!'

“You know me. I can’t go anywhere without causing trouble! That’s just how it goes.” In other words, Hilarie Burton is well aware that she’s stirring things up with her Grey’s Anatomy run, which kicked off with a meet-so-cute between cranio-facial whiz Lauren and the very pretty, very married Arizona, and continues Thursday at 9/8c.

TVLine invited Burton – familiar to TV fans from her previous roles on One Tree Hill and White Collar – to tease her Grey’s arc, and good.

TVLINE | So we’ve met Lauren and she’s sweet on Arizona (played by Jessica Capshaw), but Arizona is married. Ready, set, defend your character’s actions.
Arizona a really good-looking woman! She is everything that you’d want in a woman. She has overcome so much, she’s super-smart, she’s super-beautiful…. If there is a wedge in her relationship [with Callie], you better believe Lauren is the kind of person that will hammer it in a bit. You don’t let those opportunities pass you by. That’s how Lauren would defend it; Hilarie Burton is like, “Oh God, I’ve got to break up a marriage?! This feels awful!” [Laughs] I know people are hating my guts, but I hope that I’m portraying Lauren in a way that she’s engaging and fun, and that it makes Arizona’s decision hard. If I came in and played a sleazy character, it would make Arizona look kind of flip, to keep flirting back. But by coming in and trying to be someone who is supportive and in awe of her, and is everything that maybe she’s lacked in her other relationship, I want to be able to justify her character’s decision.

TVLINE | Will asking Arizona out for coffee be the limit of Lauren’s aggressiveness?
Listen, I’m not giving you any spoilers. What I will say is they get along really well. And this week’s episode was a great one to shoot. It’s Jackson, Arizona and Lauren doing surgery on an infant, so there’s that teamwork, that sense of working together. That’s what this story is about – connecting with people and finding success with people. And sharing those kind of warm experiences can be really intoxicating.

TVLINE | Did you have any idea what you were walking into with Grey’s, possibly coming between Arizona and Callie?
I’ll be honest — I had no idea. The casting director, Linda Lowy, put me in my very first movie ever, and she also put [Burton's fiancé] Jeffrey [Dean Morgan] on Grey’s Anatomy. So, this is a group of people that have been a part of our family as long as our family has been… our family. Burton_MorganWhen they called and said, “Hey do you want to do this?,” I had no idea what the character was. And then I get the script and I’m like, “Oh no, I just walked into a bear trap! People are gonna hate my guts!” So I’m trying to do the flirtation justice. On a personal level, I think Jessica is awesome, so it’s very easy to flirt with her.

TVLINE | Speaking of the Linda/Jeffrey connection, some of our readers, when they first heard of your casting or saw you on screen, were like, “Hey, its Denny’s girlfriend!”
[Laughs] When my son was born, the gift basket we got from the Grey’s crowd was crazy. And I’ve known Linda since I was, I dunno, 19? [Jeffrey and I] knew people separately and as a couple, so it’s nice to work in a place where my relationship is respected. My character is doing some morally gray decision-making, but I’m in a safe environment on a personal level, where people are like, “Oh yeah, your boyfriend’s great!” They’ve been really wonderful.

TVLINE | Callie thus far seems equally smitten with Lauren, albeit on a different level. Will she start to get wary?
Callie’s a whole other avenue for Lauren to walk down, isn’t she…? Obviously Lauren has already admitted that she has Googled Arizona, and that probably started from a place of, “Oh, who am I working with? Ohhhh… This person is cute.” I don’t think there’s a person at home watching the show hasn’t Googled somebody they’ve met. So we’ll just see who else turns Lauren’s head, if anybody.

TVLINE | She won’t pull a Nanny Carrie on us, will she?
Go all Single White Female?! Oh my God, we joked about that. We had the read-through for the finale and Jessica and I showed up with the same exact drink from Starbucks, blonde hair flowing, and it was like, “We’re morphing into the same person!” But no, it’s not Single White Female — yet! Muahahaha….

TVLINE | Shonda said there’s a Callie/Arizona scene in the May 16 finale that left everybody stunned in silence at the table read. Does Lauren figure into it?

I’m not telling you! I know you had to ask, and you’re really good at piecing those tidbits together. I like that, Detective Matt!

TVLINE | I know you have a pilot in play over on Fox. Does the Grey’s finale leave Lauren’s future at the hospital up in the air? Or does it point in one direction or the other?
As with any good finale, everybody’s fate is up in the air. That’s what makes a television show really juicy and fun to watch. So again, I can’t tell you!

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Owen: Just calm the waves.
Arizona: These are tsunami-force waves, Owen.


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'Grey's Anatomy's' Hilarie Burton on Lauren and Arizona's Growing Flirtation

"Threats exist everywhere and Arizona has some big choices to make," the actress behind new doc Lauren tells THR.

Grey's Anatomy guest star Hilarie Burton knows fans are none too pleased with her new doc on the block, Lauren. The White Collar actress who checked in to the ABC medical drama has not been subtle about her attraction (and almost infatuation) with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw), despite warnings from her Grey Sloan counterpart that she's a married woman.

"My friends from high school and relatives are shocked, which is fun. I like getting text messages from people I haven't talked to in a while -- they're upset that I'm disrupting things [between Callie and Arizona]," Burton tells The Hollywood Reporter.

So will the flirtation between the craniofacial pro and Grey's Anatomy's resident wheelie doc continue? How worried should Callie and Arizona be? THR caught up with Burton to get the scoop on this and what's ahead in the final two episodes of season nine as a super storm heads for Seattle.

The Hollywood Reporter: Showrunner Shonda Rhimes told THR that things between Lauren and Arizona will go "very, very far." How worried should viewers be about Arizona cheating on Callie?
Hilarie Burton: I can't give anything away but it's just a truth that there are always threats out there to families and those threats can be really kind people, really good-looking people, really fun people who you get along with really well. Threats exist everywhere and Arizona has some big choices to make and my goal going in is to facilitate her character's choices. Jessica was wonderful to me and took me under her "doctor" wing and showed me the ropes. I hope that chemistry that we created as friends off-screen comes through as well.

THR: Looking at the choices Arizona has, is this a story about her regaining control over her life after rushing her recovery from the plane crash and perhaps feeling something for herself again?
Burton: The story is about being human. We're faced every day with really difficult decisions; the impulsive things that feel good or the noble choices that might leave us frustrated and feel like we're lacking but are the right thing to do. Finding the balance between those two things is an ongoing battle that everyone faces. It's not just doctors on TV, which is why viewers relate so much to these characters because these are things that everybody goes up against. I want to come in and be likable because that's what makes Arizona's struggle interesting.

THR: Why would Lauren go after a married woman?

Burton: That's a great question! As someone in a committed relationship, it's hard as an actor to justify those actions but those people are certainly out there and you have to learn how to navigate around them or avoid them. I tried to separate myself from my character's choices because they are morally gray.

THR: Will we get into any of Lauren's back story to explain who she is?
Burton: They worked with the same professor and it's one more thing that they have in common -- they've traveled similar education and background paths, which make the rapport between them so easy. Lauren is there to do her job and if there's something pretty and distracting that happens to be hanging out while she's in the middle of doing this job then she's a wild woman and she's interested and game.

THR: How will we see Lauren continue to pursue Arizona?
Burton: I am in the last two episodes, that as much an I can tell you (laughs).

THR: Lauren did her homework on Arizona — will we find out why?

Burton: Isn't Googling someone the first thing everyone does?! They meet someone new and Google them! In the world of Facebook and Twitter, you can treasure hunt for tidbits about somebody that you find interesting and pretty much find out everything you need to know -- which is why I stay away from social media, I'm terrified of it (laughs). That cyber footprint Arizona has left has made her even more enticing to Lauren because she's overcome so much and she's such a vibrant woman.

THR: Lauren is coming between a very important couple not only on the show but also to the LGBT community.
Burton:
Callie and Arizona feel like a safe relationship that is wholesome; don't think that it didn't worry me about what people would think of my character trying to break that up. It's really important to have positive relationships portrayed for every lifestyle to look to and say, "That's me." It would do a disservice to any community to present everything as all rainbows and sunshine. There's always threats to family and you have to fight for what's yours.

THR: Will Lauren have any friction with Callie?
Burton:
There were some big days at Grey's that we worked, and Sara was wonderful. It would be too easy if there were friction. If this was someone who was the antithesis of Callie, that would make it really easy for people to hate Lauren and pick sides. But it's when you walk that line -- Callie and Lauren in the first episode, there's nothing wrong there and they have a nice chat about the surgery. That's where it gets interesting to watch because there is no right or wrong; Callie could just have easily strike up flirtation with Lauren. It's those messy lines that make TV fun.

THR: The super storm is coming, how will that impact Lauren and Arizona's surgery?
Burton:
In any kind of a stressful situation, it either forces people to bond or it makes people butt heads. Everybody is locked in [to the hospital] so there's no escape from everything that is happening during this tornado of a hospital. Those close quarters certainly play a part in the last two episodes.

THR: Rhimes mentioned there would be an "emotional death" (in the figurative sense) in the finale. Might that be the death of Arizona and Callie as a couple?
Burton:
I don't know, I'm just the interloper and new kid in the relationship! (Laughs.)

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Owen: Robbins, try to picture the waves.
Arizona: I am trying.
Cristina: Okay, really, what is.. what is happening?
Owen: Just calm the waves.
Arizona: These are tsunami-force waves, Owen.


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Grey's Anatomy's Jessica Capshaw on Callie and Arizona's Future: "It's So Heartbreaking"


[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy. Read at your own risk!]

Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes did warn Calzona fans in advance. Several warnings, in fact. So it should not have come as such a huge, jaw-dropping surprise in Thursday's episode that Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) did, in fact, cheat on Callie (Sara Ramirez). Alas, we're still heartbroken.

When Dr. Lauren Boswell (Hilarie Burton) came to the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, she pretty much immediately set her sights on Arizona, openly flirting with the married doctor (and mother), even in front of her wife, Callie! Even though Arizona (sort of) rebuffed her advances last week, Arizona gave in this week, kissing Lauren in an on-call room when the power went out and then locking the door for, well, you know. TVGuide.com turned to Capshaw to get her reaction to the big development and find out what's next for Calzona:

How surprised were you when you learned the story was going in this direction?
Jessica Capshaw: It was one of those moments where I was completely shocked. Completely, completely totally blown away. But there was something about this, when Shonda and I were talking, that seemed like it rang true. If you look at where Arizona has been this season, for me to have played the first four episodes of the show where I don't know that I had a stich of makeup on, to the end of the season with the hair and makeup and being the object of someone's affection. Just Arizona — forget about her being part of a couple — she's gone so far. It's been so profound. This change in her and what has happened to her, she had almost been reborn in this strange way as this new, but the same, person.

When I found out the story was going in this direction, I thought it was a great dilemma for her to have to deal with. It seems like that would happen. Shonda has said before that the writers, herself and myself have done so much research into the kind of things that happen to people who go through experiences like this where a lot of times they find themselves six months or a year post doing things that they would never have done before, and somehow being driven by this other feeling or this differentness that now lives in them. It's really interesting. I know it's devastating! It is. Obviously we've shot everything, and there's a moment Shonda has talked about that we filmed this scene that's really chilling. It's so deep and it's just very provocative.

Can you talk about Arizona's mindset when Lauren is flirting with her? Is she happy someone is attracted to her? Is she desperate to feel something new or alive?
Capshaw:
I think Arizona was really surprised and wondering why she was initially talking to her. I think she didn't know what to do with the feelings, so she was Arizona about it. She responded in kind, but always kept things clean. I have always felt like Arizona's moral compass is pretty true, and it seems like that was going on last week when Lauren says, "Look at your beautiful eyes." Arizona felt like she needed to come clean because there is a little bit of a pull and when that happens to anyone, it becomes clear that you have to lay down what your boundaries are. That's why she turned around and said, "Listen, I'm married. You met her and she's a great person."

I think it's really interesting because the last thing she says is, "Also, I have one leg." When we went to go shoot this scene, it was so hard to get that line out in a way that felt natural. It was stuck on the end of this big, long monologue, but it was the essence of why, on some level, she was so surprised why someone was so attracted to her and she was feeling the way that she used to feel in terms of people being attracted to her. She felt like if she told Lauren she had one leg, then maybe this would probably all stop. As soon as Lauren found out she only had one leg, for sure she wasn't going to be attracted to her anymore. Again, that's the interesting part. Arizona is this new person who's starting to feel whole again, minus the loss, and that's going to bring up different feelings and it's a situation where she's going to be tested.

What does that conversation with Callie look like in the finale? I can imagine being stuck in the close quarters of the hospital because of the storm will make everything more heightened.
Capshaw:
Yes, I think that it will. It's devastating. This is what the viewers are going to really probably feel the most. It's really scary to feel this way. My goodness, Callie and Arizona have been through Africa, they've been through the baby, they've been through a car crash, they've been through a plane crash. They've been through so much and it just started to seem like it was getting back to normal again and then why now? Why now is Arizona falling apart and making different choices? That's what makes Grey's Anatomy Grey's Anatomy.

I kept thinking back about before I was on the show and how much I was a fan myself. For five years, I watched it and I loved it and sometimes I hated it because there was all this bed-hopping. You really rooted for this couple and something would change and there would be someone new and you'd hate that person. Then, all of a sudden, you saw why that person was interesting and what that person brings to the table. Then you were very grateful for the challenge and the spiciness because you went, "Oh right, this isn't real life. I'm watching a drama and it's meant to make me feel things, question things and it's meant to make me want to throw a tomato at the TV as much as it meant to make me feel like I wished that one of those characters was my best friend." That's what great TV is. Anyone who is writing a show and any actor who is on a show is chasing that ability to make viewers question and think and feel in a way that is way more exciting than what might be happening in your real life. Unfortunately, obviously, some of that can be really also heartbreaking. That's why I have said from the very beginning of my entire experience at Grey's that you have to lean into it. If you lean away and you try to make it not so, it'll make you crazy. You have to trust that you're on a rollercoaster and what goes up must come down and maybe it'll zig-zag around and maybe it'll take a different loop than you thought it would, but you're going to be there to see what happens.

Are there more underlying problems in this relationship besides the fallout from the plane crash?
Capshaw:
None that have been specifically addressed between me and any of the writers, although, listen, I could certainly think of things from when Arizona gets back from Africa to now. I think you can follow the breadcrumbs. There's a lot that's happened to them. There was a baby and the ownership of the baby — it wasn't infidelity because they weren't together, but on some level, weren't they? I definitely think that everything that's happened to them has led to this point. The biggest thing is that Arizona is being confronted with the idea that she can be seen as something whole, something new and exciting and attractive.

Do you think there's hope for Callie and Arizona?
Capshaw:
I don't know. We all know just being on the show, even if there's a concrete answer one way or the other, it could always change. I don't know how you come back from this. It depends on how characters rebound from certain things: whether or not you can ever truly come back from infidelity, whether or not that trust is broken, whether or not you can reclaim it. There's so many different questions.

Do you feel like part of Arizona thinks what she did is forgivable?
Capshaw:
I don't think that Arizona wanted to do anything wrong. It was a crime of passion. If she had been thinking, she would never have done anything. She had a moment where she didn't and that was the only way I could play it. I could never have played it being purposeful because of course she knows that she's a wife and she's a mother and how could she ever do this? I think there's not much thought in it and that's probably what she will cling to — is not having felt like she was in control or knowing what she was doing. Then beyond that, I don't know. I think she'll take responsibility because that's the kind of character that she is. It was never going to be Arizona cheating and then sneaking around, and that's very clear. That's not who she is.

One of my favorite scenes in Grey's history was when Callie was going to fight Izzie (Katherine Heigl) in the commissary because of George (T.R. Knight). Could we see Callie want to fight Lauren, or is this more just devastation?
Capshaw:
It's devastation. It's so heartbreaking. This is their defining moment. I think every character that's a regular on the show right now has, on the show, been with at least two or more people except for Arizona. Arizona is the pristine woman who met her lady, signed up and it's been what it is. Besides the devastating things that have happened, they've been the happy couple. Shonda and I talked about this a lot, which is that you can't have the relationship just live this happy fairytale. It's not fair. You have to give them the same obstacles that you give other couples. It's in the name of this being this provocative drama when you're meant to feel things, root for things, be upset and get over it, and then figure out why. Maybe there's something understandable about what she has done on some level. That's what's meant to be probably the most heartbreaking part. I think that some people will just be Team Callie or Team Arizona. But I do think that the people who really think about what's happened, you'll be able to see how devastating and how heartbreaking it is for both of them. There's a real reason for both of their circumstances.

What do you want to say to Callie and Arizona fans who are undoubtedly devastated after this?
Capshaw:
I know! I know! Listen, it's really important to remember — and I so understand the investment in TV characters because they're in your home every week — but this is a challenge and it's part of a story. Nothing is written in stone and I don't know that anyone knows exactly what's going to happen, but I can almost guarantee that whatever happens is going to still be, as Grey's Anatomy is, thrilling, exciting and heartbreaking.

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Obrázek
________________________________________
Owen: Robbins, try to picture the waves.
Arizona: I am trying.
Cristina: Okay, really, what is.. what is happening?
Owen: Just calm the waves.
Arizona: These are tsunami-force waves, Owen.


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